The next course I am creating in my Network Automation series is GIT for Network Engineers.
There is a common assumption that you need a different version of Git to use it as a network engineer, There is no special version of Git available for network engineers. You use the same version of Git as Software Developers have used for years. What might be different is where you store your code, i.e do you use Gitlab or Github or Bitbucket etc. All of this will be covered in my course.
For now here is a basic taster lesson from my Ansible Course.
Beta course release date Feb 2022
Do Network Engineers use Git?
Yes, network engineers are now using Git as a tool in their workflow. Traditionally Git was only used by software engineers, then network automation engineers. Now the role of the network automation engineer is merging into the role of a network engineer as automation is becoming a normal activity, it can very useful to a Network Engineer allowing them version control config files, infrastructure as code and anything relating to automation network device configuration and management.